- n. US alternative spelling of tranquilizer.
- n. a drug used to reduce stress or tension without reducing mental clarity
“This tranquillizer, which is known to be a synthetic or man-made form of analgesic, is prescribed to individuals who are experiencing run to severe suffering condition.”
“She said, 'There's a new kind of tranquillizer on the market; it doesn't soothe you ...”
“Kids with tics, stuttering and school phobia were given the tranquillizer Miltown.”
“The ad, both sexist and ageist, suggests the woman needs the antidepressant and tranquillizer Triavil.”
“The children — Joëlle, 12, Marc-Ange, 7, and Louis-Philippe, 4 — were poisoned by a mix of Gravol anti-nausea medication and a tranquillizer.”
“Hammonds fired a tranquillizer dart and the bear collapsed in downtown Newport.”
“Oral conscious sedation, in which patients take a tranquillizer such as Halcion or Versed before the visit, puts them into a relaxed and sleepy state although they can still respond to the dentist's commands.”
“From nitrous oxide laughing gas to tranquillizer pills to intravenous drugs, patients now have many options to lessen their awareness of what's going on in the dentist's chair.”
“… Mandrax is a major tranquillizer with a kick to it.”
“With him was an Israeli soldier, holding a tranquillizer gun.”
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